2019 Texas Medicaid Income Limits & Asset Limits (2018 and 2019)

Long Term (Nursing Home) Medicaid Limits in Texas20182019Income Limit (one Medicaid patient)$2,250/mo$2,313/moIncome Limit (both spouses)$4,500/mo$4,626/moCountable Asset Limit$2,000$2,000Protected Resource Amount, minimum$24,720$25,284Protected Resource Amount, maximum$123,600$126,420Spouse Maintenance Allowance (MMMNA)$3,090/mo$3,160.50/moTransfer Penalty$172.65/day as of 09/01/2017$172.65/day as of 09/01/2017Home Equity Limit$572,000$585,000

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Our detailed book, Thinking Beyond Tomorrow, answers questions about Medicaid and paying for Long Term Care. It reviews the law, provides understandable insights, and gives strategies to help qualify for Medicaid benefits.

Written by Attorneys Paul Premack and Benjamin Premack. Available as an eBook ($9.99) or as a paperback book ($39.99).

Thinking Beyond Tomorrow answers your questions about:

  1. Qualifying for Medicaid and VA benefits

  2. Protecting Assets and the homestead

  3. Planning for & managing medical care

  4. Life Support & Death with Dignity

  5. Wills, Living Trusts, Survivorship Rights and avoiding Probate

  6. Pet Trusts and Gun Trusts

  7. Managing finances during disability

  8. Family and Marital Property Issues

  9. Minimizing Federal Estate Taxes

  10. Settling an Estate and being an Executor

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